Casey Jones is a Sativa dominant hybrid bred as a cross between the Trainwreck strain and the Thai. The resulting strain offers a sweet, earthy aroma with hints of citrus taste that can be likened to the smell of freshly mowed grass or catfish bait. This strain emerged in Southern California.
Medical marijuana patients will enjoy the Casey Jones strain for its ability to help treat several ailments. Some people use the Casey Jones strain to treat nausea and appetite loss, while others prefer using it as a treatment for chronic pain. Casey Jones reduces stress, increases happiness, and helps patients feel more energized.
The adverse effects of Casey Jones are typical of most Sativa dominant hybrids. Paranoia, dizziness, headaches, and dry mouth are all common. The THC content of Casey Jones usually varies between 8-16 percent.
The flowering time usually takes 10-12 weeks and produces yields of around 12 ounces per plant. Casey Jones plants grow tall and have a tendency to stretch at the beginning. Gardeners can fix this issue by putting their plants into a mild crop rotation schedule.
Growing this strain indoors or outdoors is possible. Outdoors, Casey Jones likes nutrient-rich, well-drained soil that is high in organic content. The plants grow tall and are easily spotted from a long-distance away.